NEW YORK: President Donald Trump's tough new immigration measures are sending shudders through the US farming industry, which largely employs a low-wage foreign workforce.
BERLIN: French Economy Minister Michel Sapin has dismissed a US attack on Germany's trade surplus but urged Europe's biggest economy to boost its spending on investment.
Denmark could soon be the first country in the world to appoint what it calls a digital ambassador, saying that tech giants like Google, Apple and Microsoft now have more economic strength and influence than many countries it has traditional ties with.
HAMBURG: German emergency services temporarily evacuated Hamburg airport on Sunday (Feb 12) and treated almost 70 people after an irritant gas was released in the building - probably by a "prankster" using pepper spray, firefighters said.
BUCHAREST: Tens of thousands of Romanians braved the cold and returned to the streets in protest on Sunday (Feb 12), calling on the government to resign as they accused it of attempting to water down anti-corruption laws.
PARIS: The Eiffel Tower, the symbol of Paris, will soon be protected by bulletproof glass walls 2.5 metres high, part of a plan to prevent attacks at the monument, the city said on Thursday (Feb 9).
KUALA LUMPUR: The bodies of six passengers believed to be from a boat which capsized in rough seas off Malaysia have been found, a coast guard official said Thursday (Feb 9).
LONDON: MPs look set to approve a bill on Wednesday (Feb 8) empowering Prime Minister Theresa May to start Brexit negotiations, in a major step towards Britain leaving the European Union.
LONDON: Some of Britain's favourite chocolate bars may get smaller as the country launches its war against sugar.
WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump ramped up the rhetoric on Tuesday (Feb 7) over the threat of militant attacks facing the United States, hours before a key hearing on the travel ban he decreed in the name of national security.
AHMEDABAD: Three fishermen believed to be the first victims of the Mumbai attacks have been declared dead by an Indian court, more than eight years after the assault which killed over 160 people.
WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump lashed out on Monday (Feb 6) at signs of rising public opposition to his controversial travel ban as tech giants threw their weight behind a push in US courts to roll it back.